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Available to the REED bibliographic archive since 1935
The Sociedad Española de Patología Digestiva (SEPD) has digitized the whole bibliographic archive of The Spanish Journal of Gastroenterology (REED), which includes journals from 1935 to the present, for free access available on your website: www.reed.es (previous issues).

Privacy Policy

The data collected by the Sociedad Española de Patología Digestiva (SEPD) are obtained in different ways (website, e-mail, electronic forms or on paper) through its activity as a business association and service provider; these data will become part of an information file for which it is responsible.

Purpose of data collection:

  • Sending scientific journals and publications.
  • Management of awards for the best publication
  • Subscription to digital newsletters

Legitimacy of the processing:

  • Data obtained with the consent of the data subject as well as data provided voluntarily to any interested party by any means.
  • This will be limited to the scope and duration of the contractual relationship.

Recipients of the data.

  • The data must not be passed on to third parties unless this is necessary for the provision of the requested service or due to legal obligations.
  • International data transfers are not contemplated.

Data subjects:

Everyone can know whether or not the EDPS processes their personal data. They have the right to:

  • Access personal data.
  • Request the rectification of inaccurate data or, where appropriate, request the deletion when, among other reasons, such data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected.
  • In certain circumstances, all data subjects may: (i) request the restriction of the processing of their data; in this case, the data will only be kept for the exercise or defense of claims; (ii) in relation to their particular situation, data subjects may object to the processing of their personal data.
  • Right to data portability.

SEPD will cease to process the data, except for legitimate reasons, or for the exercise or defense of possible claims.

Origin of the data: SEPD will obtain personal data directly from the data subject through the following communication channels:

  • E-mail
  • Forms/Questionnaires (web, electronic or paper format)
  • Exchange of business cards at events and conferences.
  • Service contracts.

Categories of data:

  • Identifying data
  • Access credentials
  • Academic and professional data
  • Web addresses

Sending of commercial communications: In accordance with the LSSI, Law 34/2002, and Law 29/2009, of 30 December, if you do not wish to receive any more commercial communications, please send an e-mail with the word BAJA (unsubscribe) to the following address: sepd@sepd.es.

Security measures: SEPD informs that it has adopted all necessary security measures to prevent theft, alteration or unauthorized access to data, taking into account the state of the art, the costs of implementation, the nature, scope, context and purpose of the processing, as well as the variable risks of probability and severity to the rights and freedoms of individuals, such as in cases of outsourced services, request and ensure that the controller implements appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure an adequate level of security against existing threats, as stated in art. 32 of the Data Protection Regulation.

Exercise of rights: The data subject may exercise the rights of access; correction; erasure ("right to be forgotten"); limitation of data processing and portability referred to in Chapter III of the Data Protection Regulation (EU regulation 2016/679), at the following address: Sociedad Española de Patología Digestiva (SEPD), c/ Calle Sancho Dávila, 6 28028 Madrid, or via email to the address: sepd@sepd.es

1. Restricted areas:

With regard to access to restricted areas where the user voluntarily completes the registration form, SEPD will assign the user a password which will be sent to the e-mail address provided by the user, who must make diligent use of the password and keep it secret. Consequently, the user accepts that he/she is responsible for the proper safekeeping and confidentiality of the password/identifier provided by SEPD. Furthermore, the user will not provide access to it to third parties, either temporarily or permanently, or to allow access to third parties.

Consequently, the user is solely responsible for all access, contents and actions that he/she carries out in relation to his/her user ID and access code, with the full indemnity of the EDPS.

On this basis, the user is responsible for immediately informing SEPD of any factors that allow the misuse of the identifiers and/or password such as theft, loss or unauthorized access, in order to immediately cancel them. Until such incidents are reported, SEPD will not be liable for any liability that may result from the misuse of identifiers or passwords by unauthorized third parties.

The user understands and accepts that he/she is accessing a website with content intended exclusively for medical staff and acknowledges that he/she is a healthcare professional.

Notes of interest to members and visitors to the EDPS website: The data and information contained in all content on these websites are only guidance documents for members and therefore have no legal force.

2. Use of cookies and activity log: To track the use of cookies, you can access this via the following link: https://www.reed.es/politica-de-cookies.aspx

3. Notice to users and/or patients

The information included in www.reed.es is for the exclusive use of health professionals and this will be noted in the registration and access alert.

4. Funding

REED, the official scientific body of the EDPS, shares the same sources of funding as the EDPS, as stated in Article 22, SECTION VII (ECONOMIC AND DOCUMENTARY SYSTEM) of the EDPS statutes.

The website http://www.reed.es may host advertising from third parties that could be considered of interest to the user and in no case a source of budgetary funding for the website. Wherever the word 'Advertising' is displayed, it will be highlighted.

However, advertising that breaches Law 29/2006 on guarantees and rational use of medicines and health products will not be accepted. Furthermore, there will be no advertising of any kind in those areas of the website where there may be a conflict of interest.

Advertisers have no rights over their editorial content.

5. License for public use of the website: is governed by Spanish law, regardless of the country in which the user is accessing it. Any controversy that may arise in the interpretation of these access regulations will be resolved before the Spanish Courts and Tribunals.

Copyright and Creative Commons POR NC ND: The total or partial reproduction of texts and graphics by any means is prohibited without the express written authorization of the EDPS. In order to insert these texts, images or news items in the publication or dissemination in any medium of any kind accessible to third parties, the express written consent of the SEPD must be obtained.

The private use of texts, news and data published on this website is strictly for personal purposes.